§ 90-143.1.  Applicants licensed in other states.

If an applicant for licensure is already licensed in another state to practice chiropractic, the Board shall issue a license to practice chiropractic to the applicant upon evidence that:

(1)        The applicant is currently an active, competent practitioner and is in good standing; and

(2)        The applicant has practiced at least one year out of the three years immediately preceding his or her application; and

(3)        The applicant currently holds a valid license in another state; and

(4)        No disciplinary proceeding or unresolved complaint is pending anywhere at the time a license is to be issued by this State; and

(5)        The licensure requirements in the other state are equivalent  to or higher than those required by this State.

Any license issued upon the application of any chiropractor from  any other state shall be subject to all of the provisions of this Article with reference to the license issued by the State Board of Chiropractic Examiners upon examination, and the rights and privileges to practice the profession of chiropractic under any license so issued shall be subject to the same duties, obligations, restrictions, and conditions as imposed by this Article on chiropractors originally examined by the State Board of Chiropractic Examiners. (1981, c. 766, s. 5.)